Granger is apparently "miffed" about the way his former team, the Indiana Pacers, traded him to a rebuilding squad just before the Thursday trade deadline, and he could be interested in latching on with a playoff-bound squad looking for perimeter help.
Granger leaves a team where he acted as the bridge from the old Pacers to the new and joins the second-worst team in the NBA, one that will provide little usefulness for Granger and his expiring contract.
So of course it seems plausible that Granger would want out, but Philadelphia might be hesitant. The Sixers gave up a talent in Turner presumably to use Granger's expiring contract in a sign-and-trade this summer. If he were bought out, the forward would also lose his Bird Rights, which for a 30-year-old could be more significant considering he might be looking at his last long-term contract of his career.